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Ankle/Foot, Normal Variants and Imaging Pitfalls
Julia R. Crim, MD; Zehava Sadka Rosenberg, MD
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TERMINOLOGY

  • Definitions

    • Accessory center of ossification: Variant center of ossification associated with bone
    • Sesamoid: Ossicle arising within tendon

IMAGING ANATOMY

  • Overview

    • Sesamoids

      • Pediatric Marrow Variation

        • Muscle Variants

          ANATOMY IMAGING ISSUES

          • Imaging Recommendations

            • Imaging Pitfalls

              Selected References

              1. Shabshin N et al: High-signal T2 changes of the bone marrow of the foot and ankle in children: red marrow or traumatic changes? Pediatr Radiol. 36(7):670-6, 2006
              2. Wang XT et al. Normal variants and diseases of the peroneal tendons and superior peroneal retinaculum: MR imaging features. Radiographics 25(3):587-602, 2005
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              TERMINOLOGY

              • Definitions

                • Accessory center of ossification: Variant center of ossification associated with bone
                • Sesamoid: Ossicle arising within tendon

              IMAGING ANATOMY

              • Overview

                • Sesamoids

                  • Pediatric Marrow Variation

                    • Muscle Variants

                      ANATOMY IMAGING ISSUES

                      • Imaging Recommendations

                        • Imaging Pitfalls

                          Selected References

                          1. Shabshin N et al: High-signal T2 changes of the bone marrow of the foot and ankle in children: red marrow or traumatic changes? Pediatr Radiol. 36(7):670-6, 2006
                          2. Wang XT et al. Normal variants and diseases of the peroneal tendons and superior peroneal retinaculum: MR imaging features. Radiographics 25(3):587-602, 2005